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E Glenn Tickner, Robert E Short: Environmentall dispersible syntactic foam. Microsome, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, January 11, 1994: US05278194 (51 worldwide citation)

A syntactic foam product having a desired configuration is set forth. The product comprises a plurality of rigid gas filled bubbles arranged in the desired configuration. The bubbles are defined by respective individual and discrete substantially spherical shells preferably formed of a biodegradable ...


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Stanley R Conston, Ronald Yamamoto, Thomas B Ottoboni, E Glenn Tickner: Method for ultrasound triggered drug delivery using hollow microbubbles with controlled fragility. Point Biomedical Corporation, Ann M Caviani Pease, Dechert, May 24, 2005: US06896659 (41 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for site specific delivering therapeutic or diagnostic agents to a region in a fluid-filled cavity, vessel or tissue using an agent-loaded microbubble population. The population has controlled fragility characterized by a uniform wall thickness to diameter ratio which defines th ...


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William Elkins, E Glenn Tickner: Solar heat exchange panel. Acurex Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, March 27, 1979: US04146012 (20 worldwide citation)

Solar heat exchange panel manufactured by a high speed rotogravure or heat sealing process wherein two elongated sheets of flexible plastic film are laminated together along lines defining inlet and outlet manifolds and a plurality of flow passages. The manifolds extend substantially the entire leng ...


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Robert E Short, E Glenn Tickner: Moldable sculpting medium. Microsome, Fish & Richardson P C, November 26, 1996: US05578119 (6 worldwide citation)

A sculpting medium is provided comprising a filler of polymeric microspheres and optionally, a fibrous filler, a thixotropic hydrogel binder and water, all blended in a proportion such that the color of the medium is due primarily to the color(s) of the polymeric medium.


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E Glenn Tickner, Stanley R Conston: Method to measure ambient fluid pressure. Point Biomedical Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, May 1, 2001: US06224554 (5 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for measuring real time ambient pressure at a region of interest in a fluid-filled body cavity by introducing into the cavity a composition of gas-containing microbubbles having a predetermined fragility threshold correlating to the rupture response of their capsules to the ambi ...


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Thomas B Ottoboni, E Glenn Tickner, Robert E Short, Ronald K Yamamoto: Hollow microspheres with controlled fragility for medical use. Point Biomedical Corporation, Dorsey & Whitney, August 17, 2004: US06776761 (2 worldwide citation)

A composition for ultrasonic imaging is described having a microbubble population of controlled fragility. The microbubbles comprise an outer shell and a hollow core. The ratio of shell thickness to microbubble diameter is substantially similar across the population of microbubbles. A method of usin ...


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Thomas B Ottoboni, E Glenn Tickner, Robert E Short, Ronald K Yamamoto: Hollow microspheres with controlled fragility for medical use. Fish & Richardson PC, February 20, 2003: US20030036697-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A composition for ultrasonic imaging is described having a microparticle population of controlled fragility. A method of using such composition for imaging a fluid filled cavity, vessel or tissue is described.


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E Glenn Tickner, Stanley R Conston: Method to measure ambient fluid pressure. Piont Biomedical Corporation a California Corporation, Reginald J Suyat, Fish & Richardson PC, September 27, 2001: US20010025145-A1

A method is provided for measuring real time ambient pressure at a region of interest in a fluid-filled body cavity by introducing into the cavity a composition of gas-containing microbubbles having a predetermined fragility threshold correlating to the rupture response of their capsules to the ambi ...


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Thomas B Otoboni, E Glenn Tickner, Robert E Short, Ronald K Yamamoto: Hollow microspheres with controlled fragility for medical use. Dorsey & Whitney, January 20, 2005: US20050013780-A1

A composition for ultrasonic imaging is described having a microparticle population of controlled fragility. A method of using such composition for imaging a fluid filled cavity, vessel or tissue is described.


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Thomas B Ottoboni, E Glenn Tickner, Robert E Short, Ronald K Yamamoto: Hollow microspheres with controlled fragility for medical use. Point Biomedical Corporation, Dechert, October 26, 2006: US20060241466-A1

A composition for ultrasonic imaging is described having a microparticle population of controlled fragility. A method of using such composition for imaging a fluid filled cavity, vessel or tissue is described.